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Gocycle to display new ‘fast-folding’ GX at Scandinavian bike show

Gocycle’s new ‘fast-folding’ electric GX model will be displayed on Scandinavian soil for the first time at the Copenhagen Bike Show between 16th to 17th March.

The new model was revealed at the start of February and is capable of being folded and stowed in under ten seconds, the brand has claimed. It will be on display at Stand 152 at the Øksnehallen Exhibition Centre alongside the brand’s GS and G3 models. There will be a team of experts at the show on hand to showcase the range and answer any questions.

Richard Thorpe, Gocycle designer, said: “Copenhagen is one of the best cycling cities in the world making it the perfect place to showcase the Gocycle range in Scandinavia. We truly believe that there is no electric bike out there like the Gocycle – they are lightweight, desirable, fun and a talking point wherever they go.

“Our new GX model exhibits all of these qualities in abundance in a carefully tailored package aimed at the urban commuter.”

The GX is the first Gocycle model to feature the new Gocycle All Weather tyre. Owners can specify their GX in one of three bespoke Gocycle colour options: electric blue, matt black, or white with a black Cleandrive. It features torque sensing, direct mechanical shifting and an integrated LED battery fuel gauge housed within Gocycle’s oversized handlebar design that allows users to monitor battery charge level while on the move.

The battery is fully-integrated in the GX’s frame for ease of travel and can be quickly removed for charging or maintenance if required. The newest model in the Gocycle range is compatible with Gocycle’s key own designed accessories for the commuter such as mudguards, lights, and front pannier. It is also compatible with the Gocycle Connect App, which provides customised driving modes as well as health statistics such as calories burned and maximum and average pedal power.

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